Well, it's not quite Christmas (I missed the deadline by a few days) but I
have picked the winner. There were a lot of fun and unique entries but I
picked the winner because of the generic nature of the pieces he provided.
It would be easier to come up with three scenarios when I have great
pieces like a jaguar skull or a sunken ship to work with. But to take some
very generic items and craft three unique chapters for a game I thought
would be more of a challenge.
So, everyone give a rousing applause for Mike P. the winner of the
challenge. Besides winning a copy of the book upon its release in March,
Mike's name will also appear in it along with his entry.
Thanks to everyone for taking the time to submit your entry and I look
forward to more challenges in 2007!
Richard A. Johnson
> Based upon a game that I ran last May-
> 1) Aircraft wreckage (easily done with either a model kit or by
> raiding the hardware store for interesting mechanical bits and gluing
> them to flocked washers).
> 2) A hill
> 3) A stream
> 4) A copse of trees
> 5) A native idol or altar
> This game is especially fun if one of the players is running Japanese
> soldiers searching for the plane that over flew their Secret Jungle
> Mike P.
> Check out the new AOL. Most comprehensive set of free safety and
> security tools, free access to millions of high-quality videos from
> across the web, free AOL Mail and more.